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Old 04-23-2013, 01:41 PM
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Hi Aussieboy07,

Your partner and you should hang in there. We will continue to be positive regarding your approval. It will happen soon.

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hi everyone, is it possible if I pay the visa fee here in Australia(melbourne), but we will lodge the docs in Manila?
I paid in Australia, i simply phoned them up & made the payment, they emailed me the receipt which i printed out & sent with my girlfriends visa application to Manila

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To be honest it is getting really hard watching others around me being successful but I wish them well. We spoke today and it is getting harder to talk as we do not have shared experiences any more. This process is so cruel and I wish we had more money so she could be here on a tourist visa
My filipino girlfriend is in her 8th month of waiting for PMV. It'll happen, just hang in there.

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Thanks for the support everyone, hey Murloc did the embassy ever ask you to provide any additional documents?

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Thanks for the support everyone, hey Murloc did the embassy ever ask you to provide any additional documents?
Yeah, Michelle worked in Syria for 12 months so we needed a police clearance which we were unable to get so i had to send evidence that i had tried to get one. They also asked for proof that she wasn't already married. The issue I've found is that the first time they requested additional documents they gave us 29 days & the second time it was 49 days, regardless of how fast we get the docs to them they wait the full 29 or 49 days which is just dumb. They haven't requested anything else & we've not heard from our CO for 3 months. I personally believe they do this deliberately to further test the relationship is genuine but its incredibly frustrating!

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Yeah I think your onto something there, we were asked for additional evidence back in November had the 29 days to supply and have not heard anymore other than "your application is being actively worked on"

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Hey ABC
To be honest it is getting really hard watching others around me being successful but I wish them well. We spoke today and it is getting harder to talk as we do not have shared experiences any more. This process is so cruel and I wish we had more money so she could be here on a tourist visa
My heart goes out to you, Aussieboy. I feel what you feel and what you are going through. It is certainly not easy. What can I say? You'll have to force yourself to draw from memory, fill your mind with all the good times (and shared experiences) when you were physically together and focus on that to keep your love alive. There is no other way.

Praying for your peace of mind and that your fiancee's visa is granted very soon.

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Thanks Nina for your very kind words and your prayers. It made me tear up and I hate that LOL. My stress level is through the roof (high) so the prayer for me to have peace of mind is definitely needed. I know it is coming to an end soon but am scared of the answer, I think I provided to much information to the embassy to explain why I divorced my ex Filipino wife eg phone numbers of her family who support me, as she was a repetitive cheater (got pregnant to a Filipino guy, I have a vasectomy). This is just my paranoia, but I draw hope from Murloc who applied a couple of weeks after us. As you can appreciate it is difficult for my fiancée and I to communicate as her province Compestella Valley Davao was flattened Dec last year by the typhoon. We can phone each other but it is getting so expensive and the closest computer is a 30 minute Jeepney ride away. Which she does every week

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Thanks Nina for your very kind words and your prayers. It made me tear up and I hate that LOL. My stress level is through the roof (high) so the prayer for me to have peace of mind is definitely needed. I know it is coming to an end soon but am scared of the answer, I think I provided to much information to the embassy to explain why I divorced my ex Filipino wife eg phone numbers of her family who support me, as she was a repetitive cheater (got pregnant to a Filipino guy, I have a vasectomy). This is just my paranoia, but I draw hope from Murloc who applied a couple of weeks after us. As you can appreciate it is difficult for my fiancée and I to communicate as her province Compestella Valley Davao was flattened Dec last year by the typhoon. We can phone each other but it is getting so expensive and the closest computer is a 30 minute Jeepney ride away. Which she does every week
Hey aussieboy, it will happen, have faith, I'll send an email to Ethel for you!!

I was in the Compestella Valley 2 days after the typhoon, my wife has 2 brothers that have a gold mine up in the mountains there. We went down there from Butuan to see if we could find them, we did and they and there familys were OK,but not there houses or there mining equipment nothing left .We bought 3 kids , 2 nieces and a nephew of my wife out with us and back to my wifes house. By Xmas we had about 20 family from that area staying with us.
Me, I learnt a lesson from Xmas never drink the Filipino brandy ever and I learnt about the strength and support of the Philippine family.

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Hello everyone,

I would like to know if all the 309 visa need to be interview in Embassy? or can be through phone? Do they give advise when will be the schedule of interview? Because im planning to out of the country few days.

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